The sacred lakes at Gosainkunda Circuit Trek
(Start – Dhunche& End – Sundarijal) 06Nights/07Days

The sacred lakes at Gosainkunda, the highest of which is 14,107 feet (4300 m.), are among the most spectacular sights near Kathmandu. Just north of the capital, these lakes are accessible via a reasonably good road to the trailhead. On this nine-day tour you’ll travel overland from Kathmandu to Dhunche, and then trek steadily upwards to the sparkling blue lakes surrounded by mountains and expansive views.

Gosaikunda trek is a magnificent destination point near the remote and inaccessible part of the Kathmandu valley. The main highlight of this trek is Gosaikunda Lake which carries a great significance for both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. The name ‘Gosaikunda’ is derived from a glacier lake which has significant importance to Hindu pilgrimage. From exploring a variety of artifacts, and cultures to meeting the friendly local Tamang people. This experience is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to set your journey of refreshment. Gosaikunda trek mainly highlights Langtang trekking routes.

The Gosaikunda trek is a popular choice for both nature travellers and pilgrims alike. Although the trek is located at a high altitude of 4,300 meters, it provides stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. For those who are interested in learning more about Nepal, the trek offers an excellent opportunity to explore the country’s culture and history. Along the way, you will pass through many rhododendron forests, rivers, streams, and villages. The trip culminates with a visit to Gosaikunda itself, where you can admire the beautiful lakes that give the area its name. Whether you are looking for a challenging hike or a chance to immerse yourself in Nepalese culture, the Gosaikunda Trek is sure to exceed your expectations. Passing towards the Gosainkunda trek can take you to another part of Langtang National Park. Around 70 holy lakes are of significant Hindu mythology importance. Suryakunda, ParvatiKund, BhairavKunda, DudhKunda, and Gosaikunda are some of them. Having the temperate and sub-alpine climatic zone provides the view of endangered animals like Red panda, leopard, and other various flora and fauna.